According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a scam is defined as ‘a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation’. And an even simpler definition for kids is ‘a dishonest way to make money by deceiving people’. Take for example, the Ponzi scheme, or emails from Nigeria or some other country offering you millions of Dollars in exchange for a small amount of money to execute the transfer. Some scam artists even go to the extent of declaring you lottery or sweepstake winners and just ask you to pay the tax component of your winnings beforehand. Yes, these are scams, but none of them will sell you a product that you can use.

Adam Ginsberg offers products and online business tools to help those who purchase them. Ginsberg asks people to pay money to buy his products in order to help them generate a healthy income for themselves by using these products. Adam Ginsberg does not scam people; he is not a con artist. He is just a businessman trying to sell his wares. And a successful businessman at that! Adam Ginsberg is respected as a pioneer and one of the foremost authorities on eBay entrepreneurship, having sold millions of dollars worth of products on eBay and other places on the internet for over 10 years.

Mr. Ginsberg has grown from being a successful trader to developing his own system that he has used to make money for himself before putting it out on the market for other people to buy and use for their own successes. He has training programs to teach people how to use his product. He offers a money-back guarantee and a year-long performance guarantee. Can it get any more legitimate than that? These types of assurances and guarantees are not the kinds of things you’ll find in a scam.

But like any other business, there are bound to be some dissatisfied customers. There are people who have found his system, after allegedly implementing its procedures, to be inadequate in their efforts to turn a profit. Their inability to succeed at their venture could be due to any number of reasons, but they blame Adam for it, and label their experience as an “Adam Ginsberg Scam”.

The complaint from these dissatisfied customers is that Adam Ginsberg’s products “don’t work”. The truth is, there are thousands of people out there who are making it work rather profitably. Those that complain about Ginsberg say they don’t get any support from him and his team; but Adam Ginsberg makes himself personally available for any customer who wants to talk to him. He has a dedicated team of customer support officers available on email and toll-free phone numbers to help with complaints or any allegations of scam or fraud.

Sure, sometimes there can be delays in getting a resolution for an odd complaint, but what business doesn’t have these delays? Adam Ginsberg is human, and so is his business venture. The fact that people have differing experiences of success and failure does not imply that there’s an Adam Ginsberg scam. Different people will use his products differently, and get different results from it.  What is sad though, is that people who are unsuccessful or dissatisfied are quick to jump on their keyboards and brand Adam Ginsberg as a fraud and a scam artist on the internet, without realizing that their irresponsible words are accessible to hundreds of millions around the world, and sets off a chain reaction of rumor mills and free-flowing, ill-informed opinions that not only tarnish the reputation of a businessman like Adam Ginsberg but also deprives so many people of the wonderful opportunities that Adam has to offer.

So, if you are one of those people who are not satisfied with Adam’s products, and tempted to consider them some sort of scam, Mr. Ginsberg invites you to get on the phone and speak to him before you unleash your anger on the internet. Adam is waiting for your call.

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